How Winona is benefiting from Minnesota's historic tax credit
One historic building is the now the home to five small businesses after a big restoration
Almost 52,000 La Crosse County residents are fully vaccinated
90-percent of those 65 and older in the county are vaccinated
Recognizing healthcare workers on National Nurses Day!
Wisconsin is experiencing a serious nursing and nursing faculty shortage
Officers wrangle an emu in West Salem, and the feathers were flying!
Officers faced off with a bird that is 6 feet tall, 85 pounds and has vertical leap of 7 feet!
Mayo Clinic hospitals in La Crosse and Eau Claire earn an "A" grade for patient safety
"Our staff's exceptional dedication and commitment to our patients, especially safety and quality, has been truly remarkable"
The La Crosse Bar & Restaurant Relief Fund awards grants to 7 area businesses
Raising money to help local bars and restaurants survive economic hardship
Attorney for local massage business says claims are false and a political hit piece
La Crosse Attorney representing Asian Sunny Massage says falsehoods are hurting a legitimate business
America’s College Promise Act would make two years of community college free
The federal government would chip in three dollars for every one dollar a state puts into the program
Medical laboratory professionals work behind the scenes to fight Covid
This is Medical Laboratory Professionals Week
Why you really need renters insurance
Recent disasters have shown just how valuable renter's insurance can be
Pothole survival guide
Not only are they jarring, they can do some serious damage to your car and your wallet.
National Healthcare Decisions Day - a time to document end of life decisions
While advance care planning seems difficult, the alternative leaves family members struggling to make the decision for you
Better battery-powered lawn tools
Many of today's battery-powered tools pack as much punch as their gasoline cousins, but with less pollution
A rally at La Crosse's Riverside Park Band Shell to stop racism
A call for justice as protesters rally during a march in downtown La Crosse
Today is "I am for the Child Day" to support kids in court
There are thousands of vulnerable children across Wisconsin needing a Court Appointed Special Advocate
The La Crosse Police Department updates its Transparency in Policing page.
It includes calls for service and enforcement actions, use of force, training and demographics
Kitchen Quarantine: Local Chef will share international recipes and stories
Meal kits for the event will be available in La Crosse at Uptowne Cafe & Bakery
Surprise ambulance bills cost big bucks
The No Surprises Act will go into effect in January 2022
Mental Health Apps: How private are they?
CR warns, sharing personal, sensitive information on some virtual platforms might not be as private as you think
Alternative to (Not so) flushable wipes
They might say “flushable” or “septic safe, but any type of wipe can wreak havoc on sewer and septic systems
Marsy's Law for Wisconsin is celebrating its one year anniversary
Supporters of the amendment gave examples of how Marsy's law is at work in Wisconsin
A healthy diet and exercise can help to prevent the top two causes of death
A new JAMA study says the prevention of heart disease and cancer can be helped with the right diet and exercise
Firefighters battle large fire at Alter Metal Recycling on La Crosse's north side
The thick black smoke from hundreds of cars burning in a scrap yard could be seen for miles.
Is rotisserie chicken healthy?
Consumer Reports explains, beneath that golden-brown skin could be sodium, and a lot of it.
La Crosse Mayor makes two proclamations recognizing the Hmong Community
"It is important to work together and that we show respect toward each other." - President Nao Houa Tony Yang
The Blue Kids on Losey Boulevard represent thousands of abused children
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Mayo Clinic Infectious Disease expert weighs in on the effectiveness of Pfizer vaccine for kids
Pfizer said its study showed 100-percent effectiveness in 12 to 15-year-olds
Hidden cost of an inexpensive printer
Consumer Reports explains, sometimes the printers with the lowest prices actually cost you more over time
Historic Jehlen building in downtown La Crosse in jeopardy of being torn down
Most recently the Club Tucan, the building was condemned earlier this month
La Crosse community reacts as activist steps down following social media harassment
Members of the public along with a local judge, district attorney and fellow CJMC members weigh in
Organic Valley launches national clean energy fund for its farmers
New cooperative fund offers nation’s most farmer-friendly renewable energy loan program
Dentists become the latest to be allowed to give COVID-19 vaccine in Wisconsin
But is there enough incentive for dentists to become vaccinators?
Striebel resigns from La Crosse's Criminal Justice Management Council after harassment by police
Joella Striebel resigned from her position saying she was threatened and harassed following a local police union’s Facebook post about her
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the 7 Rivers Region hosting Bowl for Kids’ Sake again — with a virtual twist!
Anyone can form a team of 4-6 people online
Is the pandemic hurting your credit score?
On Your Side: The problem and what you need to do to clean-up your credit report
Perfect pillow care
On Your Side: How to Wash Your Pillow (Yes, You Should!)
Will a weighted blanket help you sleep?
On Your Side: CR Tested 5 Weighted Blankets. Here's What They Found.
Eating our way through a pandemic
On Your Side: Here’s how to incorporate nutritious and delicious food into your new normal
Lifestyle changes for heartburn relief
On Your Side: A new study identifies what really helps
Make your own healthier yogurt
On Your Side: Save money and reduce your added sugars by making your own homemade yogurt